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fo 10 news at 11 starts right now. >> putting the face on a victim results by hand. and building facial features a stroke at a time hoping to solve one mystery. >> a controversial message outside a gun store but wait until you see the rest of the signs. >> and stopped by deputies called in to are they protecting you or violating your rights. >> a deputy sounds the alarm about questionable policies in the pinellas county sheriff's office. good evening i am reginald roundtree. >> and i'm dion lynn. that deputy broke his silent last night. tonight he is denying allegations that he stole pain pills or broke the law.
put a target on steven smith. >> it is about shining a light on a horrendous police agency. >> he shot down the sheriff's quota for feel interview reports. kendra conlin uncovers the story and get your id and picture even nothing wrong. >> can i talk to you for a minute. have a good day. can i take your picture. >> former pinellas county deputy steven smith explains a field interview report. he says the sheriff mandated 30 of the random stops for each fight shift deputy every month and when he challenged it it cost him his career and reputation. >> i didn't agree with it and i
never will. if i am guilty of anything it is for having a backbone. it is unconstitutional. >> the sheriff's office admits to doing fi res calling it routine police work. stopping and chatting with people out and about and gathering information about who is in the neighborhood and then saving your info in a report database. the department would not confirm there is a monthly quota and believes crimes. >> i can see it being problematic. >> you teach your kids if an officer approaches you, you should be respectful. >> we don't know what the information is being used. >> the sheriff's office tells me if you are stopped by a deputy and aren't doing anything wrong you can refuse to give up your identification. >> but if you have broken the
game. >> you think that put a target on your back. >> absolutely. >> kendra conlin, wtsp. 10 news. the tampa bay police department recently came unfire from the feds for tickets thousands of black cyclists in the name of fighting crime. there were changes made after the doj found it didn't reduce crime or bike theft and unfairly targeted the bikers. >> the search continues for a man that disappeared boating with his fiancee north of the causeway in tampa bay. now investigators say that couple actually ran a ground on a side-bar around 3:00 on friday. they say the woman's fianci jumped in and that's when he disappeared under the surface. >> he was trying to push it off. the water became deeper and he
rescue. >> crews with tampa bay fire and rescue, clearwater safety harbor and the u.s. coast guard searched for hours from the air and water until dusk without success. officers went back to the boat ramp before sunset. at wc there will be one boat continuing to search. >> you you will hear more about this. cyber attacks like the one that hit netflix won't be the last. security experts say be a precursor to a much larger attack. now they started this morning on the east coast causing some country's most popular website like twitter and amazon and air b and b to go offline suddenly. law enforcement agencies are investigating. it is only the 3rd time this has ever been tried. a last-ditch effort to bring dignity and closure to people whose lives have ended
chance. we show you how art and science are coming together to solve mysteries that could not be unraveled until now. >> sharon scott breaks down in tears after seeing this sculpture. tampa bay police investigating whether the body of a woman found in 1985 at a tampa dump site is or is not scott's long lost sister. brenda williams. >> it is possible. i don't know if it is probable. it is a 7 year time difference between the disappears and the time that this person was found. >> the sculpture that triggered her emotional outbursts is one of 14 put on display at the tampa history center created this week at usf by some of the world's forensic artists. the images to generate leads in cases that have gone cold.
of them are from florida. including this, a woman whose body was found in downtown tampa after a fire in 1979. the others are from pennsylvania, kentucky, missouri and tennessee. for each of them, thousands remain unsculpted and unidentified. >> award these individuals the dignity of their identity. >> for these victims, it may be their final ce them and answers for family. justice for criminals not yet prosecuted. investigators learning new techniques and just maybe taking more cases from col to closed in tampa eric glasser. 10 news, w tsp. >> now, tampa police did have a dna sample from sharon scott today. to see whether the woman depicted in that sculpture is possibly her sister.
if you would like to see the sculptures and the stories behind them look for the story on our web site or on our free 10 news app. a gun store in fort myers is trying to use a political display to boost sales. they put up a life cardboard display of president obama and hillary clinton with a sign that reads get your guns now before we do. >> it doesn't offend me. >> everybody has the right >> i think it is fine that people put their messages out. how are you going to spread the word if you don't put the messages out there. >> it represents a 2nd amendment right. the shop owner would put up a picture of donald trump if he had one and he says his sales have dropped since putting up the sign. >> cash, credit or app. with new ways to pay including apps in mobile wallets, cash is
millennials are going all in. >> when it comes to cashing out, cash is on the way out and mobile money is in. >> it is just so easy. >> because it is just so much more convenient. in your phone, you don't have to bring your purse or wallet. it is all right there. >> with a touch of a finger and the tap of a phone, mobile wallet makes checkout faster. security. >> bank of america and chase have both sent me new credit cards within the past year because it has been mobile fraud alert so i feel just as fine with a phone. >> she has ditched paper and plastic. she uses mobile pay apps like pay pal and apple pay for just about everything. shopping, movies, concerts and starbucks. >> i would use my phone for everything if i could. >> she is not alone. according to a survey from the
year-olds are using mobile payment technology. walmart launched its own mobile payment system walmart pay with 20 million users. peer to peer payment services like google and wallet processes hundreds of millions of dollars a year without cash ever changing hands. teenagers say there is another plus for their parents. >> if you buy something it goes to your parents' phone and it will say how much money you spent and where you spent it and what time. they know everything. >> it is be available online by christmas meaning no more searching and entering in your credit card information. instead your fingerprints would be gold. courtney robinson, 10 news, w c fc. if you sit at a desk all day, we have the foods to help you lose weight. >> costumes causing controversy.
robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo
and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing donald trump call women pigs, dogs, and bimbos...and i sure don't want my daughters hearing it. i want my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i
seen by others as offensive and hurtful. 10 news reporter shows i why some costumes are never okay. >> how would you like to go to work for me? >> yes, ma'am. >> if you have seen old videos like this, this or this. >> i am home. >> you probably understand why this is offensive. >> it is a painful reminder and an ugly part of history. >> we are talking ou face which was used as early as the 1830s and what are called menstrual shows where white men would darken their families with quartz and mock black men. >> it would perpetuate racial feelings. >> it displays slavery in a
area of racial segregation gets its name from one of the well- known characters. >> we see these images up to the 1960s and 1970s in american television and we see it recycled with campus parties or face back parties so to suggest that we don't know that these are racist images i'm not sure >> over the last month or so, students across the country have caused a lot of controversy for taking part in the offensive tradition. >> give me my money. >> and it is not just black face that manages to offend. remember the kids at wesley chapel that thought it was a
like klans men was too close to comfort. >> and reenacting the plane crash on their body. tasteless tissuing planes and dogs hanging out to represent the people that tragically lost their lives in the horrific attack. >> how are you doing? >> and as much as society likes to make fun of the kardashians and this one marking a ten million dollar heist is no laughing matter. think twice before you head out for halloween because what you do for fun may be causing others pain. we do it a lot for our jobs and you probably do too. we are sitting. >> most of corporate america spends 8 to 10 hours sitting and it can take a toll.
inflammation, high blood pressure and sugar. certain foods contain all of the nutrients that fight inflammation and ease the burden of sitting. >> if you love guacamole this is anti inflammatory food. avocados can reduce inflammation and reduce insulin resistance. black seed fights ala, a top of omega three fatt it carries more of the nutrients than any other fat source. the new study found that regularly consuming it can improve your body's ability to metabolize fats. >> or grab a handful of berries. we have a list of ten foods to
find out more on the wtsp.com or on our 10 news and. it is time for 10 weather. no excuse to be sitting around this weekend because the weather will be gorgeous. you got to get out and explore and see what is going on across the bay area. right now we are tracking winds out of the northwest and anywhere from five to ten but over the last few hours can we have had wind gusts up to 25 repo here is the cooler air in the southeast united states. 48 degrees in st. louis and 52 in nashville and that cooler air, it is working its way south right now at 61 in tallahassee and 71 degrees in tampa. so not quite here yet and when you wake up tomorrow morning you are going to need a jacket or a sweater if you are sensitive to the cold like i know a lot of the folks are, it has been a long hot summer.
morning 59-degree and then during the afternoon, sparkling sunshine. one of those days with low humidity, that if you are in the sun or out of the wind it will be beautiful but in the shade with the breezes, it may be on the cool side and then with clear skies saturday evening, the temperatures will tumble once again. you can leave your umbrella inside, you won't need them. we are staying dry, saturday and sunday, our winds out of the north through saturday evening and it will be a bit breezy out there if you are taking the boat out. dew points check this out. dropping down in the low and mid-40s so that is very, very dry air compared to the 70s we typically see in the summertime for dew points and very pleasant out there tomorrow. low humidity, ladies it will be a great hair day. not a good hair day if you are headed to the beach. you are taking the boat out tomorrow morning. not a good idea for small craft, bay waters choppy with
here are the tide times. 249 and followed by high tide at 1052. let's get you to the low temperatures sunday morning down to 47 degrees in crystal river. 52 and newport richie 56 and st. pete sunday morning the only spot in the 60s. all right. here is the seven-day forecast. finally fall has arrived. break out the sweaters and jackets. you may need them. by the afternoon in the mid and upper 70s and then we will next work week. in fact by next wednesday, thursday and friday. high temperatures in the mid- 80s with just a 20% chance of showers. reggie. >> tomorrow is a huge day of volunteering across the country. make a difference day. >> sponsored by our parent companaetna and the arby foundation. the largo load donated
10 news will be out there bright and early brightening up the place. all thanks to valspar. putting in some new plants and pick up litter in the area. hudson is providing some furniture. >> it is going to be even more inviting. kids will be attracted to it and they will see the colors and the community is going to see that this facility which was dormant for almost 8 years their community. >> the new after-school program offered here for the many children in the neighborhood. well done. >> big loss for usf. ugly an. >> it went from bad to worse for the vols. justin granite will break down the worse loss of the season for usf next.
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america to you live from the hyundai sports desk it is time for 10 sports. >> the vols in primetime went from bad to worse. flowers down on the field. a sour night for usf. welcome along justin granite i am ryan batch. willie's frustrations boiled over as they were bullied. us p's motto is to break the scoreboard and they usually do that. the vols defense broke and the offense could >> it could not mainly because they didn't block the owls. us p allowed 8 sacks tonight and they gave up four in this one including a safety. clinton flowers unsiege and still finished with three total touchdowns. >> you think tempo's bryant had something to prove. five catches, 115 yards and both games high and willie tag guard would look good along rodney.
embarrass the bulls. the usf defense was played especially on the ground. temple rushed for 319 yards. the most since 2012 and the bulls that is the most they have given up and it was ugly. >> it was. and the bulls offense and defense, two different planets. defensive numbers some of the best in country. top 25 and points scored rushing and total offense. look at the position on defense. 71st in 101 and 102 in rushing and total yards. >> u sf streaked for sometime and the nation leading streaks have fallen. 200 rushing games. 434 yards and 35-plus points over. a tough night all around. haggerty a hot commodity. he may be elsewhere next season. >> not a lot of jobs open. purdue and kentucky may be open
either way willie tiger's name will be known. >> the same story in western kentucky. before he came to usf look, usf fans you got to show up. this may be willie tag guard last year in tampa. if not next year but either way enjoy it because willie tag guard won't be in tampa bay longer. >> this talk about snakes be here is something you don't see a six foot python in malays that's a long ways a way and check this out. they took a picture with the python. >> you better watch out, those pythons you may reach in the hole to get the ball and there you go. >> reggie has something to pick the ball up for him.
robert kearney: i fought for my country in kosovo and iraq, and i've been a republican all my life. but i'm the father of three girls. i can't stand hearing don't want my daughters hearing it. i want
my girls to grow up proud and strong, in a nation where they're valued and respected. donald trump's america is not the country i fought for. so, i'm voting for hillary clinton. hillary clinton:
appen as the result of hate.
my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate ump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya. ahh, i don't know what i said, uhh, i don't remember. he's a mexican. i could stand in the middle of fifth avenue and shoot somebody, and i wouldn't... words have an influence. violence causes pain. hate can rip us apart. i know what can happen as the result of hate, port tampa bay has now become florida's largest and most
regional economy, and 80 thousand local jobs. dana young is working to continue that success, by attracting high waged jobs for families who need them and fighting a bureaucracy that too often gets in the way. dana young for the florida senate. a return to common sense. tampa bay shared this hilarious video on facebook. checking his home security footage when he found this. his son dillon was running around the living room jumping on the family's new couch doing
night and his parents say he knows not to jump on the furniture. >> he is doing gymnastics. >> look at him. the last image is dillon's face. caught you. >> he knows it. >> mom says she can't decide whether to ground him or hug him. >> you got to ground him. you got to set a precedent. >> i used to jump on furniture. >> lots of energy. >> you still jump on furniture. >> knocking his head off. >> i don't want to think ab
i moved on her like a [bleep]. you can do anything.
grab them by the [bleep] we have to make sure that donald wins this election. no we don't. marco rubio stands by trump and failed to show up for florida. here's what i believe in. bringing people together and reaching across the aisle to get things done. protecting social security. and building an economy that works for all of us.